Whistler Olympic Park Tickets
Whistler Olympic/Paralympic Park Seating Chart and Event Tickets
Events at Whistler Olympic/Paralympic Park
Get Email Updates on
Whistler Olympic/Paralympic Park
WHISTLER OLYMPIC/PARALYMPIC PARK
The Whistler Olympic Park is the location of the Nordic events facilities for the 2010 Winter Olympics and is located in the Madeley Creek basin in the Callaghan Valley, west of Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. The facility will host the Biathlon, Cross-Country Skiing, Nordic Combined, and Ski Jumping. The compact, one-square-kilometer Olympic Games core area includes three separate stadiums with a capacity for 12,000 fans in each stadium, located about 400 metres apart.
Approximately 15 kilometres of Olympic competition trails for cross-country skiing and biathlon have been built and tested. The biathlon stadium’s range consists of 30 lanes with a fully electronic target system able to detect and report the precise time and hit or miss of each bullet fired. The two ski jumps (normal hill and large hill) include one of the world’s most sophisticated ski jump snow refrigeration and track setting systems.
World Cup competitions at the park took place the weekend of January 15-18, 2009 for Cross Country Skiing and Nordic Combined. Eleven Nordic Combined teams totaling 50 skiers and 47 support staff along with 17 cross country teams with about 230 skiers participated in the event. Ski jumping World Cup at the venue took place on the weekend of January 22-25, 2009. The Park is the first venue in 2009 to have its operational readiness tested for the upcoming 2010 Olympic Winter Games. Get your Biathlon tickets, Cross Country tickets, Nordic Combined tickets, or Ski Jumping tickets now for the 2010 Olympic Winter games at Whistler Olympic Park before this much anticipated event sells out, which it will soon!